Cotegra

The results speak
for themselves.

But that is not stopping growers
from talking about it.


Seeing is believing. And it’s unbelievably good.

In trials conducted with the participation of growers, Cotegra® fungicide showed lower levels of sclerotinia infection, contributing to higher yields versus comparable competitors and untreated checks.



Sclerotinia fungicide return in canola across varying weather conditions.

% Increase in canola yield with a sclerotinia fungicide
Under average precipitation, a Sclerotinia fungicide provides 7.9% yield
increase. In a 40 bushel canola crop, this is 3.2+ bushel/acre.
For all trials, Cotegra was applied at the 80 ac/case rate (240 g a.i./ha).
Source: 2007-2017 randomized complete block design (RCBD)
Research and Commercial Development (RCD) trials. BASF Canada. N=451

The Cotegra advantage in canola.

Cotegra vs. Untreated BU/AC Yield Cotegra vs. Proline BU/AC Yield
For all trials, Cotegra was applied at the 80 ac/case rate (240 g a.i./ha).
Source: 2016-2020 AgSolutions® Performance Trials. N=36 (Untreated comparison); N=32 (Proline comparison)

Canola research plots, high disease incidence (>50%)

Side by Side comparison BU/AC Yield Spread
Source: 2016-2020 RCBD Research and Commercial Development (RCD) trials1,2. N=19

Cotegra continues to demonstrate industry leading performance against Sclerotinia in canola.

Side by Side Comparison Yield 1 Side by Side Comparison Yield 2

Source: 2019-2020 AgSolutions® Performance Trials. N=21

Source: 2020 BASF RCD Trials. N=3

Cotegra fungicide provides sclerotinia management to help preserve yield and quality in canola.

Cotegra vs Untreated

Source:  BASF Canada

Cotegra fungicide provides sclerotinia management to help preserve yield and quality in canola.

Cotegra Comparison

Source: Field trials, 19 days after treatment, SK, 2016

Cotegra fungicide provides sclerotinia management to help preserve yield and quality in canola.

Cotegra Comparison

Source: Research Authorization trials, Bruno, SK, 2016.

The results speak for themselves. But that isn’t stopping growers from talking about it.

With Cotegra, we’re getting a Group 3 and a Group 7, which should help with any resistance, and it looks like it’ll be a good fit on our farm.

Dan Ronceray

Somerset, MB

This year I did a Cotegra trial in my canola versus Proline, and I observed approximately a bushel increase on the Cotegra side.

Martin Prince

Delmas, SK

This season we use Cotegra versus Lance at 30% flowering in our canola, and we saw similar control of sclerotinia and I feel that going forward it will be as good, if not better than Lance.

Dan Ronceray

Somerset, MB
The proof is all around you

The proof is all around you.

See how Cotegra performed in your area with localized trial results.